lemmings121 wrote:I like the traditional rules.
The only option that I find even better is the civ rules of the bo27, where you can play every game with any civ, as long as you havent won any games in the serie with with that civ. So in a bo3 you must win with 2 diferent civs, 3 civs in a bo5, etc...
(cant go the usual main civ win, random civ lose, main civ again win)
macacoalbino wrote:Yeah it diminishes players available civs but I think it is interesting in the sense that players have yet another strategical choice to make: bringing 5 civs to beat them all, not to mention the ordering you choose these civs in order to be left with a strong one in the end.
Idk its just different, in a way that I think it would be fun trying in a minor event. If the experience is good, imagine having 2 majors, the first with current civ rules and the second with conquest rules. Then maybe you could have a match between the 2 winners. Think about the possibilities ^^
A combination of this also seems nice. you sign up with 5 civs.
In game1 you can play with any of your 5 civs, if you won game1, you have only 4 left. if you lost, you still have 5 civs in your pool.
In the earlier rounds, this gives flexibility to newer players (while still forcing them to win with 2 diferent civs in a bo3)
And in the later rounds, it forces players to realy know well their 5 civs. (imagine a bo9 where you start with a 4-0 vs someone. You only have one civ left to use to finish off the series)